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How lpw of a temp. Can this freezer reach..and and if only 0 degree could the thermostat temp control be changed out so it could reach les than 0 temperatures like negative 20 or so?

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There are different models made for holding different products. Yours has a 1/3 hp compressor for above 20 degs. It may have 0 on the thermostat and may well pull down that far, but -20 would be out of it's reach. Where as it's sister model is made to freeze to below zero has a 3/4 hp compressor. Larger compressor for the lower temps.

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  • danielborcoi Sep 18, 2011

    So then I could just swap out compressors to achieve negative temps?

  • John Fourteen Six Sep 18, 2011

    Yes, That would work.

  • danielborcoi Sep 18, 2011

    Sweet thanks

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